Becoming a Jersey resident
Jersey has a bit of everything. On this 9×5-mile island, you’ll find gorgeous beaches, coast, and countryside, and also a thriving international business environment and a high standard of living. With convenient air and sea connections to the UK and mainland Europe, as well as a diverse range of properties to choose from, Jersey is perfect to combine work and place, and ideal for those looking for a beach town lifestyle with the amenities of a larger mainland city.
We not only help you find your perfect home in Jersey but walk you through the entire transition process, from your application to recommending the best place for a cup of coffee. We provide a full overview of the island, including introductions to local professionals and schools to begin your successful transition to Jersey.
Our goal is to make the complex approval process as simple and stress-free as possible while facilitating a smooth real estate transaction. With 50 years of experience helping people like you become Jersey residents, we have a deep understanding of this intricate process and how best to streamline it.
We are with you every step of the way!
What you need to know about moving to Jersey
Applications to relocate to Jersey as a High Value Resident (HVR) are open to individuals
whose worldwide income comfortably and sustainably exceeds £725,000 per annum. The
current tiered rate of tax on personal, worldwide income is;
20% on the first £725,000 * (currently equivalent to £145,000).
1% on all income over £725,000.
• 20% on income derived from Jersey property.
There is no corporate tax for non-financial services businesses but corporate tax for finance
firms is set at 10%. Goods and Services tax is 5% and Jersey has no Inheritance tax or
Capital Gains tax.
For more information on moving to Jersey as a high value resident please contact:
Director of High Value Residency
T: +44 (0)7797 783457
* Every five years, commencing 2023, consideration will be given to increasing the prescribed limit of income that a HVR must have, or be deemed to have, received. At that point the amount may be increased to ensure that the expected income tax paid keeps pace with inflation in Jersey.